teaching and learning News Archive
December 1, 2022 —
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Program provides opportunities for professors, instructors and librarians to meaningfully engage in projects that increase knowledge in pedagogy and learning. This year, ten awards of $6K and one major award of $25K were given to fund faculty projects. Learn more about the successful applicants, and how you can take part next year.
October 13, 2022 —
For newly graduated teachers and instructors beginning their careers, making the transition from learning in a classroom to teaching in front of a classroom can often be a daunting one. While their university studies have prepared them to be an expert in their field, what they may not be totally prepared for is the experience of teaching itself.
September 13, 2022 —
The return to near normalcy on campus can be exciting, stressful or a little of both. The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning has ways to manage the return to in-person teaching.
August 15, 2022 —
The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning has a number of workshops and events to help you make your teaching more just.
July 14, 2022 —
Since 2014, the University of Manitoba has invested over $50 million in retrofitting older classrooms, upgrading and expanding classroom technology, and equipping teachers with modern tools for providing an inclusive, adaptable learning environment. This investment in transforming the learning experience through technological and environmental innovation plays a critical role in the fulfillment of the strategic pillars of Our Shared Future, the UM’s interim strategic plan.
May 18, 2022 —
The Students’ Teacher Recognition Reception recognizes the importance of teaching and teachers’ impacts on students’ educational journeys where 20 graduating students select two educators who made an impression on their learning: one from their K-12 years, and one from their time at UM.
“The Surveillant University”: Law Faculty’s Distinguished Visiting Lecturer to address controversial topic of remote proctoring
March 4, 2022 —
With final exams a little over a month away, the last topic being covered in the Faculty of Law’s Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series could not be more relevant. Speaking on “The Surveillant University: Remote Proctoring, AI and Human Rights,” Dr. Teresa Scassa, Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law - Common Law Section, joins us at a virtual Robson Hall March 8 at 12:00 p.m. via Zoom. This talk is open to all members of the University of Manitoba community interested in human rights and exam surveillance.
October 20, 2021 —
The Centre on Aging will host a workshop open to UM faculty and instructors on November 9 to share information on teaching older adults in the classroom.
September 22, 2021 —
Teaching and Learning Certificate program celebrates 2021 graduates
September 15, 2021 —
Lowered costs, improved access for students are just a few of the benefits